Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC Patch Cuts Down On Load Times

By Colin Tan on August 26, 2011, 1:01AM EDT
PC

A new aug for the PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution has been released which cuts down on load times and fixes some other issues like a certain crash bug.

According to the patch notes released, load times have been reduced as significantly as 50 percent on some machines, and who doesn't like shorter load times of such substantial amounts? Of course, as pointed out in the notes, it still depends on the system specs and settings.

In addition, the update also fixes a startup crash experienced by AMD/ATI hardware users. Some control issues have also been addressed based on user feedback, such as mouse sensitivity and movement.

You can see the patch notes below.

- A frequent issue for AMD/ATI hardware users that can cause the game to crash on startup.

  • Improvements to loading speed. The speed increase depends on machine spec and settings, but loading time improvements of over 50% have been measured on some machines.

Some control fixes:

  • Diagonal movement is no longer faster as intended.

  • Adjustments have been made to mouse sensitivity in response to user feedback.

  • Mouse sensitivity for X and Y axis can still be configured separately, but is now consistent when set to default settings.

  • The range of settings for mouse sensitivity has been adjusted to provide for more accurate adjusting.

  • The default mouse sensitivity has been altered to be somewhat less sensitive.

Source: Steam

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